Zoom has a flaw that lets a website turn on your Mac's camera without permission

Zoom has a flaw that lets a website turn on your Mac’s camera without permission

Video conferencing app Zoom has a major security flaw in its Mac client, letting any website turn on your Mac’s camera without a warning, security researcher Jonathan Leitschuh claims. In a blog post Monday, Leitschuh detailed the vulnerability, which he says…

Taliban in gun battle after Kabul bomb attack

Gunmen are in a stand-off with security forces after detonating a car bomb and storming a building.

Save on Airline Booking Fees by Buying Your Ticket at the Airport

Buying airfare at the airport is, at best, a relic of our past, like getting dressed up to fly or smoking while at cruising altitude. At worst, it’s a great way to get yourself into the special screening line at security. But Melissa Yeager of the Arizona Rep…

Government Watchdog Finds Squalid Conditions in Border Centers

A Department of Homeland Security inspector general’s report detailed overcrowding and children without showers or hot meals as lawmakers demanded answers.

Mark Zuckerberg’s Head of Security Leaves Following Claims of Sexual Harassment and Racist Comments

More than a month after news broke that Mark Zuckerberg’s chief security officer, Liam Booth, had been accused of sexual misconduct and making racist and transphobic comments, he is now leaving his role with the Zuckerberg family’s private office. Despite the…

Serious Security Flaw With Teleconferencing App Could Allow Websites to Hijack Mac Webcams

On Monday, security researcher Jonathan Leitschuh publicly disclosed a serious zero-day vulnerability in conferencing software Zoom—which apparently achieves its click-to-join feature, which allows users to go directly to a video meeting from a browser link, …

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